A few weeks ago, the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief launched a brand new project. It is a new publication called the Weekly Intelligence Brief (WIB).
CIB Saudi Arabia Analyst Antigua Clyburn spent much of 2017 researching the development of women’s rights in the Kingdom. In April of this year, she concluded her analytical assessment with the following sentence: “It can be stated with moderate-high confidence that women will gain more rights in Saudi Arabia in 2017”. The senior Intelligence and National Security Studies major and Geographic Information Systems minor from Sumter, South Carolina, was spot on. In September, a royal decree lifted the ban on women drivers in the conservative Sunni country. We spoke with Antigua about her reaction to the news from the Kingdom.
In the 2015-2016 academic year, Coastal Carolina University student Emily Clingenpeel was an analyst in the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief’s Europe Desk. The Intelligence and National Security Studies major and Global Studies Minor specializes in Eastern European affairs, with an emphasis on Russia. This fall, Clingenpeel took an extra step in her specialization, by going to Russia to study. She is currently a student at the St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, where she focuses on Russian Language study, through a program provided by the American Institute of Foreign Study (AIFS). We caught up with her during a rare break from her many trips throughout Russia and Eastern Europe and asked her a few questions about her study-abroad experience and its connection to her CIB training.
This semester, the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief had the privilege of welcoming two international students to the club. Both Eva Ruiz and Sheila Martinez are citizens of Spain and spent the past semester at Coastal Carolina University.
Recently, a CIB veteran had the opportunity to exhibit on a high level the abilities she gained through participation in the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief. Amanda Corona, a senior Intelligence and National Security Studies Major here at Coastal Carolina University, recently demonstrated her CIB skills during an internship at the Embassy of the Republic of Iraq in Washington DC. The duration of the internship was from May to August 2015.
By Sarah Harvey, CIB Analyst | New to Coastal Carolina University, the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief (CIB) is one of the fastest growing student-led organizations on campus. Pursuing the advancement of intelligence analysis, students of the CIB aspire to apply the knowledge they acquired in the classroom. In addition, students get the opportunity to specialize in …